As their trilogy of albums comes to a close, Holding Absence deliver exactly what they do best—soaring, deeply effective post-hardcore that proves why they’re among the best in the field.
Our coverage of 2000trees Festival 2023 reaches its final day, as Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes headline, on top of sets from Hundred Reasons, Deaf Havana, Holding Absence, Dream State, Lynks and more.
2000trees Festival 2023 kicks off with a bang in our first lot of coverage, where we take a look at early-bird sets from Bob Vylan, Holding Absence, Tigercub, Saint Agnes and more.
Once again boasting the lineup to end all lineups, 2000trees is back for another year of rock, punk, emo, indie, hardcore and everything in between. It’s right round the corner too, so we’ve broken down the entire lineup to see what you can’t afford to be missing.
Back for another year to showcase the best in punk, emo, pop-rock and more, Slam Dunk boasts one of this festival season’s most impressive lineups, and we’ve gone through it all to see exactly what you can expect to see.
Holding Absence arrived in Liverpool last week, accompanied by Void Of Vision and Mayback, and blew the roof off as always. Check out our full review right here
2000trees Festival kicked off with a bang once again this year, and we were there to catch all the first day’s action, ft. Jimmy Eat World, Anti-Flag, Creeper, Lonely The Brave and more.
Festival season continues with Download Festival, as we break down the lineup of the UK’s premier rock festival to see what’s actually worth your time.
In our next year-end list, we take a look at some of the best of the biggest tracks this year, in the best singles of 2021.
In this year-end list, we take a look at the albums that unfortunately didn’t get the love they deserved this year—the most underrated albums of 2021.